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Urgent Care And Walk-Ins

Emcura Immediate Care

Urgent Care & Walk-In Primary Care located in Bloomfield, Grosse Pointe, Royal Oak, Northville and Novi, MI

Proudly serving our communities for over 10 years. 

Consistently rated one of the highest clinics in SE Michigan. 

Family and locally owned by two physicians  (Dr Supak Sookkasikon MD and Dr. Manish Kesliker MD) who you may see at the clinics. Not owned by a hospital system to provide you with personalized and compassionate care. 

The Emcura Difference!

Last Updated: 04/11/2024

You can’t predict when you might get sick or hurt, but you can trust Emcura Immediate Care to provide you with compassionate and comprehensive medical care for your urgent care needs. Days, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Our Northville, Royal Oak, Grosse Pointe Woods and Bloomfield clinics are open seven days a week, with on-site lab, x-ray services, laceration repair and IVs for complete and one-stop care by our friendly, professional staff.

What to Expect

  1. Triage and check-in at the front desk or book on line 
  2. Receive fast, quality, and expert care
  3. Receive treatment and care plan
  4. Referral to a specialist if necessary
  5. Receive a follow-up call two days after the visit
  6. Follow-up visit if necessary

What to Bring

We ask that patients bring a form of state-issued ID (parents and guardians may bring their own for the child), and insurance information. 

Insurance Coverage

We accept most insurances for urgent care visits (Note: This depends on the location of the clinic. Please call your preferred clinic for more information). We do NOT ACCEPT traveler's/international insurance for any visit. However you can pay upfront and collect from your insurance. 

Please be advised that not all Emcura clinics accept the same insurances. Please call your preferred clinic to see if we accept your insurance. 

Out-of-Pocket Charge for Services:

Some services we are unable to bill through insurance, thus there is a charge for services in addition to any co-pays or urgent care visit charges. These include:

  • Vitamin B-12 injections (with proof of provider referral)
  • Ear Flushing/Cleanings
  • In-House 10-Panel Drug Screening
  • Pre-School Physical (prior to attending an academic program)
  • Sports Physical
  • IV Therapy

What services do we offer?

Emcura Immediate Care offers walk-in medical treatment with a wide range of on-site services including:
  • Basic X-RAY Imaging (we do not have CT scans, MRI, nor ultrasounds)
  • Injury Evaluation
  • Laceration Repairs and Suture Removals
  • Orthopedic Splinting
  • Sports Physicals
  • Ear Flushing 
  • Small Foreign Body Removal
  • EKG/ECG Readings
  • Confidential STD Screening
  • Spirometry
  • Nebulizer Treatment
  • Wound Management
  • Work-Related Injuries (such as Worker's Compensation)
  • Intramuscular Injections
  • Baseline Impact Test for Concussions
  • Injury Impact Test for Concussions
  • St. Regis Impact Test for Concussions
  • In-House Strep, Flu, and Mononucleosis Testing
  • Stool Tests
  • Pink Eye Screening/Eye Irritation
  • Migraine and Headache Screening
  • Rash, Bruises, and Bites Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Urinary and Bladder-related Testing
  • STI/STD Screening
  • Ear Pain

Who Will Provide Your Care?

Emcura Immediate Care providers are qualified and skilled health professionals. You will expect to receive high-quality and expert care in a comfortable, caring environment featuring:
  • Well-designed and clean patient exam rooms
  • Accommodating personnel
  • Advanced medical equipment
  • Comfortable and quiet waiting area
  • Shorter wait times
  • On-site X-ray and EKG with an off-site board certified radiologist confirmation
  • On-site laboratory and diagnostic testing
  • Speedy services
  • Ample, secure parking

When to Contact Your Primary Care Doctor

We encourage patients to be in regular contact with their primary care doctor, especially following-up with urgent care visits to further provide personalized care. For medication refills, your primary care doctor will better provide you with these services.

When to Go to the Emergency Department

Call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency department/room for serious or life-threatening situations, or if you are uncertain where to seek services. 

Typical illnesses and injuries that should be treated in the ED include:

  • Coughing or vomiting blood
  • Fractured or broken bones
  • Eye injuries and sudden loss of vision
  • Loss of balance/fainting
  • Known or possible poisoning (Call Poison Control at 800-222-1222 immediately)
  • Severe shortness of breath or dizzy spells
  • An oxygen saturation of less than 95%
  • Signs of heart attack, including extreme chest pain
  • Signs of stroke, such as blurred vision or slurred speech
  • Severe bleeding and large wounds
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Severe animal and insect bites
  • Severe burns
  • Severe allergic reactions
  • Sudden numbness in the face, arms, or legs
  • Severe and impactful head-related injuries (we do not offer MRI, CT, or ultrasounds for imaging)
  • Suicidal or homicidal feelings
  • Uncontrolled pain or bleeding
  • Pregnancy-related injuries, bleeding, or pain (such as vaginal bleeding)
  • Newborn babies with fever
  • Seizures without a previous diagnosis or history of epilepsy
  • Paralysis

In-Clinic COVID-19 Guidelines

Emcura Immediate Care strives to provide safe and quality care for all, hence we pride ourselves in having a clean and comfortable space for patients.
All Emcura clinics are able to see all respiratory-related illnesses inside the clinic (including more progressive and persistent COVID-19 symptoms). 
To protect our patients, we clean, sanitize, and disinfect patient rooms and all seating and surfaces before every patient, and we encourage masks for all staff and patients, especially high-risk and/or unvaccinated patients. We also offer masks to those who did not have one and provide clear, plexiglass barriers between front desk staff and patients. In addition, waiting room seats, bathrooms, and machinery are always disinfected and sanitized before and after every patient use. Hand sanitization stands are placed in every room of the rooms. Found in every room is an air purifier that runs every day and night, filtering the air from toxins, dust, and airborne bacteria and viruses.